PS 82 - Latebreaking: Ecological Knowledge (Education, TEK, Philosophy)

Friday, August 12, 2011: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall 3, Austin Convention Center
The effects of prescribed fire on California Indian cultural use plant species in a serpentine woodland
Arielle Anita Halpern, University of California, Berkeley; Frank K. Lake, U.S. Forest Service; Thomas J. Carlson, University of California, Berkeley; Wayne P. Sousa, University of California, Berkeley
The rise and fall of philosophy in ecology
Chelse M. Prather, Radford University
Climate change research comes to 5th grade
Caroline Polgar, Boston University
Using science to promote inclusive education: An example exploring marine biodiversity using all of the senses
Paula E. Neill, Universidad Católica de la Santísima Concepción; Andrea K. Barrera, Universidad Católica de la Santísima Concepción; Irene Medina-Muñoz, Corporación de Ayuda al Limitado Visual; Sara Pérez-Gutiérrez, Ilustre Municipalidad de Chillán
Analysis of human error rates related to photographic identification in ecological databases: Implications for the possibility of incorporating citizen scientists
Megan E. Chesser, University of Massachusetts; John Kim, USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station; Kevin McGarigal, University of Massachusetts
Creating active learning modules to incorporate statistics and experimental design across life sciences curricula though a Faculty Learning Community
Harmony J. Dalgleish, College of William and Mary; Sally M. Chambers, Purdue University; Nancy C. Emery, Purdue University
CANCELLED - In transition towards sustainability: Bridging the business and education sectors of RCE Greater Sendai using ESD-based social learning
Paul Ofei-Manu, Miyagi University of Education; Satoshi Shimano, Miyagi University of Education
Conservation planning in the classroom: Applying project-based pedagogy to promote interdisciplinary learning
Julia Michalak, University of Washington; Joshua J. Lawler, University of Washington; Ken Yocom, University of Washington
Methods of SEEDS dispersal in the North Texas prairie
Jennifer M. Bailey, University of North Texas; Christopher B. Anderson, Carnegie Institution for Science; David J. Hoeinghaus, University of North Texas; Alexandria K. Poole, Elizabethtown College
TNRS: A taxonomic name resolution service for plants
Brad Boyle, University of Arizona; Zhenyuan Lu, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory; Juan Antonio Raygoza Garay, iPlant Collaborative; Nicole Hopkins, iPlant Collaborative; Chris Freeland, Missouri Botanical Garden; Brian J. Enquist, University of Arizona; William Piel, Yale University; Martha Narro, iPlant Collaborative; Sonya Lowry, iPlant Collaborative; Sheldon McKay, iPlant Collaborative
Cultivating skills for 21st century professionals: Development & assessment of process skills in ecology and conservation biology students
Ana Luz Porzecanski, American Museum of Natural History; Eleanor Sterling, American Museum of Natural History; Nora Byrum, Duke University; Adriana Bravo, American Museum of Natural History; Romi L. Burks, Southwestern University; Andrés Gòmez, American Museum of Natural History; Kimberley Landrigan, American Museum of Natural History; Barbara J. Abraham, Hampton University; Gillian Bowser, Colorado State University; Michelle Cawthorn, Georgia Southern University; John A. Cigliano, Cedar Crest College; Liliana M. Dàvalos, State University of New York at Stony Brook; Denny S. Fernandez, University of Puerto Rico at Humacao; Laurie Freeman, Fulton Montgomery Community College; Stuart R. Ketcham, University of the Virgin Islands; Tom A. Langen, Clarkson University; Joshua Linder, James Madison University; John F. Mull, Weber State University; Matthew I. Palmer, Columbia University; David Roon, University of Idaho; Douglas Ruby, University of Maryland Eastern Shore; Juerel Singleton, University of Maryland Eastern Shore; Terry Theodose, University of Southern Maine; Donna W. Vogler, SUNY College at Oneonta
Focusing on Nature: Educating about biodiversity, ecology, and conservation using digital photography
Dana A. Garrigan, Carthage College; Laura Rodman Huaracha, Carthage College
Maximizing research efforts through PhD-mentored undergraduate research experiences: The humacao natural reserve
Ricardo J. Colón-Rivera, Texas A&M University; Rusty A. Feagin, Texas A&M University
Ecotourism with a Hand Lens: A sub-Antarctic approach to implement Earth stewardship
Kelli P. Moses, University of North Texas; Yanet Medina, Universidad de Magallanes Programa de Conservación Biocultural Subantártica - Parque Etnobotánico Omora; Francisca Massardo, Universidad de Magallanes (UMAG); Lily R. Lewis, University of Connecticut; Bernard Goffinet, University of Connecticut; Ricardo Rozzi, IEB-UMAG-UNT
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